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Ceramic studio Prague, Our pottery programme covers all the basic making techniques and gives students the opportunity to work with a full palette of clays. It includes courses for complete beginners as well as workshops for experienced potters. Ivan A. Panov was born on 28 April 1972 in Pleven, Bulgaria. He became interested in art as a little boy, attending sunday drawing, sculpting and...
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Art Classes Wexford. Join us at the Open Door Studio: Painting, drawing and pottery classes with expert tuition in a friendly atmosphere. Beginners: Basic skills are taught in a step-by-step way allowing you to progressively build confidence and skill. Intermediate classes enable pupils to find their own, individual style. Experienced Painters: Art classes at the Open Door Studio help you to...
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Welcome to ClaySchoolSpain.com. Our courses are informal, informative and fun. They are designed to encourage everyone, including the complete beginner, to experiment with a range of pottery making techniques. Our ceramic classes are designed to help you discover, develop and use your creativity....
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One of our featured firing techniques, displayed in the images above, is called raku firing. It is an ancient Japanese firing technique which involves removing pottery from the gas fueled kiln at 1838 degrees Fahrenheit. We then place the pottery in containers that are filled with combustible...
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Asheville Ceramics Gallery shows functional pottery, decorative ceramic art, and ceramic sculpture. In the River Arts District of Asheville, North Carolina. We are an artist-owned, artist-run gallery. Our members work in a variety of techniques – from functional to sculptural – using a variety of...
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Explore the pottery and studio life of Sandy Schulz through the Earth & Wheel website. Sandy's pieces are a blend of her interests in different styles of pottery. Visit these pages and see a wide range of work from the decorative Japanese Raku, native American inspired horse hair and pit fired pots to ceremonial burning bowls. Sandy’s Southwest pit firing techniques are well known by other...
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Unique pottery that blends the ancient techniques of Obvara and Raku. McClain’s Pure Pottery combines two ancient methods. Raku is a firing technique steeped in Japanese history and tea ceremonies. Obvara is a finishing style used in Europe since the Middle Ages. You can find it — with a homegrown twist — right here. This rare combination of firing and finishing pieces creates conversation...
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Enamel jewelry - handcrafted earrings, necklaces (pendants), and keepsakes. Enamel and cloisonne designs on fine silver and copper. Jeanne Abriel is a Southern California enamel artist living in Spring Valley near San Diego. In her early years she studied several art techniques, including drawing, pottery, and silk painting. All of these studies have provided a basis for her enamel work. She...
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I am a member of the Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma and was raised on the Olympic Peninsula in the Pacific Northwest. My influences reflect the bonds I have with the local tribes, using traditional techniques and natural resources to create contemporary designs woven in cedar bark. Inspired by my background in pottery, my new work includes woven plates, cups, saucers, teapots and goblets.
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If you are new to painting pottery, we would be happy to teach you basic techniques. If you have questions please feel free to email us at Ceramicamanager@gmail.com. Join us any day of the week for creativity and fun. We have. Create your own unique website with customizable templates.
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Please enjoy my artwork. If you are interested in purchasing please contact me, most of the pieces shown on this site are for sale; exceptions are marked and are only included to give a better overview about my work area. Please feel free to comment on the site, as I would like to improve it wherever possible. I'm also teaching ceramic arts and abstract acrylic painting. As I have my own kiln I...
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Since 1979 Reduction fired stoneware designed and handmade solely by Michael Rutkowsky at Pond Branch Pottery. Mixing clay and glazes by his own formula and combining the materials with his personal techniques to create functional stoneware with contemporary appeal. Michael has been hand making pottery for more than 40 years. Each piece is signed and dated by Michael; is non-toxic, safe for...
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I was born an artist and have been an ancient history buff all my life, having started out as an oil portrait artist working in the style of the old Italian and Dutch Renaissance Masters. But I also love the malleability and timelessness of clay just as much, and have found a way to combine both my joy of painting and my love of ancient history by reproducing ancient vessels as well as doing...
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Emily Myers, ceramic artist, makes vases and other vessels on the potter's wheel. She uses carving and facetting techniques as well as employing beautiful glazes. Emily Myers is an established Studio Potter, Fellow of The Craft Potters Association and Crafts Council selected maker. She works in porcelain and red stoneware clay. Emily’s pieces are often carved and fired with beautiful glazes....
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A one woman, handmade ceramics design studio in Long Beach. California inspired modern pottery that is handcrafted to be one of a kind. Inspired by Mesoamerican and Andean art, California natural landscapes, and textiles and prints, Gopi Shah Ceramics combines youthful creativity with craftsmanship to create stoneware pottery that bridges ancient traditions and techniques with the modern world....
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Kids 'N' Clay Pottery Studios foster creativity thru wet clay and paint your own ceramics. At Kids 'N' Clay, they can experiment with a variety of building techniques while they learn to think about their ideas and adapt to change along the way. Students are assured of personal attention and as much time on a potters' wheel as they desire! Once children learn to express and execute their...
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An apprenticeship in France and several visits to Italy introduced Daphne Carnegy to the delights of earthenware and in particular tin-glazed ware, often referred to as ‘maiolica’. Additional training at Harrow School of Art refined and developed her skills and confirmed her commitment to low-fired pottery. The attraction of maiolica for Daphne lies in its unique qualities - a softness, depth...
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The art of creating beautiful ceramics has been cultivated for centuries by the Mexican people . Simply by looking at the magnificent ceramics created by pre-Columbian civilizations we can see that this land possesses an extraordinary artistic heritage. Ontemporary Mexican Artists have drawn upon this legacy and re-invented ancestral techniques, such as the coil method used in Mata Ortiz...
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The Pink Elephant is a great place have fun and paint for all ages, and we are open year round. Along with our main studio, we have our private party room. Painting pottery is a fun activity for all ages, and our skilled staff will always be willing to help you with new and unique techniques so that your piece will look great! Is a great place to have fun and paint for all ages, and we are open...
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Fine Talavera pottery created in the capital of Talavera ceramics, Puebla Mexico. Each piece is certified by the Official Talavera Council. Authentic Talavera pottery is the ceramic ware produced by certified workshops in the state of Puebla Mexico following the traditional Talavera process introduced by the Spaniards in the 16th Century. This gallery showcases only the best in handmade...
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